Travelers in the Lehigh Valley now have a new, easier way to get to Denver, Colorado.
Allegiant has announced it will begin service from Lehigh Valley International Airport to Denver beginning in June.
“We believe this will be a popular new route, offering visitors from the East Coast a chance to visit Colorado for summer vacations via Allegiant’s brand of affordable, nonstop service,” said Drew Wells, Allegiant senior vice president and chief revenue officer. “Denver is a gateway for all that Colorado has to offer – from the scenic landscapes of the Rocky Mountains to the arts, culture and music on display in Denver.”
The flights will begin June 15.
“Known for its proximity to the Rocky Mountains, Denver is an exciting vacation destination that will have plenty of interest from air travelers across the Lehigh Valley. Whether its skiing, hiking, Larimer Square, or the arts/culture district, there’s plenty of attractions and family activities in the Mile High City,” said Thomas R. Stoudt, executive director of the Lehigh-Northampton Airport Authority.
“When Allegiant chose ABE as their 18th crew base, we spoke about the potential for more flight options and connectivity. Being able to offer this air service further west is really exciting for us. Allegiant’s commitment to the region continues to provide air travelers affordable options, and they remain a dependable partner that focuses on supporting impactful community initiatives.”